is looking to fill 100 cabin crew roles ahead of the start of services from Stansted next spring.

The vacancies are in addition to the 1,000 jobs being created by the airline as it expands across the UK, including new bases at Birmingham and Stansted.

A total of 200 positions are available at Stansted, with half being cabin crew. Other vacancies including passenger service agents, engineers, ground operatives and pilots.

Flights rom the Essex airport – the carrier’s ninth UK base – will serve a network of 21 leisure destinations in summer 2017 and 12 the following winter using Boeing 737-300 aircraft.

The first flights from Stansted will take off on March 30 to Alicante, Faro, Majorca and Lanzarote.

Head of cabin services Micki Miles said: “There is no better time to join a company that is going places in every sense of the word.

“In recent weeks we have won a plethora of awards for our family friendly ethos and first class customer service, and we’re on the lookout for more brilliant people to join our successful, growing team at London Stansted airport.”